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February 2016: A Lasting Spirit

Casden, a Plan Itnernational USA Child Sponsor, hopes to sponsor 1,000 children.

Letter from the Editor

We’ve all been there.

Those post-holiday, pre-spring blues can be a little anti-climactic.

Thankfully, because we’re members of the Plan community, we know that the spirit of giving is perpetual.

Whether you sponsor a child, give the occasional Gift of Hope or donation, empower a girl, or just stay informed and advocate for good in the world through our social networks, you never have to stop giving. This month, you can help us raise awareness about #FGM and join with us in putting an end to this violent practice.

Together, we plan to make a lasting difference in the world. That work doesn’t end.

We hope you enjoy the February newsletter!

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This Month's Articles:

  1. Economic Security: Four Women Empowered to Save

    For women and youth in Benin, Burkina Faso, and Togo, financial resources are scarce. Building your own business or becoming a leader and improving the community are often incredibly difficult.

    Find out how these four women are defying the odds and proving that when women are empowered, they can achieve incredible things.

  2. Sponsor Story: Why One Child Sponsor is Such a Strong Believer

    Graham Casden is a true and tested believer in the incredible impact a Plan International USA sponsor can make.

    Read about Graham’s organization and find out why he has partnered with Plan to sponsor 50 children and counting!

  3. Stories from the Field: Young People Lead the Way Forward

    For young people like Adamsay in Sierra Leone, there is a sense of relief that the Ebola outbreak is finally over. But now, there are entirely new challenges.

    Find out how Plan is assisting youth who are on the front lines protecting vulnerable children and communities working to recover from the devastation.

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